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as up identified armed men patrolled two airports in the crimean region of ukraine on the black sea. the area is home to not only many ethnic russians, but also russia's black sea fleet. ukranian officials say the men are russian troops, however, no one has independently confirmed those allegations. and now to today's 20th anniversary of the brady bill. in a week where we've seen progressive forces push back against potentially discriminatory bills in arizona and other states, and where recent headlines indicate that despite another potential repeal vote, obamacare isn't quite the rallying cry for republicans once was, events mashirking tods anniversary remind us that effective gun control is one area where the progressive movement still struggles for a foothold. signed by president clinton in november of 1993, the bill itself took six years of politics to pass. 13 if you start counting from the attempted assassination of president reagan. but once it did pass, the number of lives saved can be calculated by the number of gun sales blocked. the brady center to prevent gun violence re
-- kerry is in ukraine to show support for the country's military. and as russian president vladimir putin said he wouldn't be deterred by economic sanctions imposed punitively by the west. ♪ ♪ [applause] ♪ ♪ >> norm, thank you. thank you very, very much. thank you all. 14,000 strong or more. [applause] executive director howard core, incoming president bob cohen, incoming chairman, michael cassen, outgoing chairman lee rosenberg and ambassador ron -- and ambassador dan shapiro. i don't know where our ambassadors are. somebody ought to -- [applause] let me tell you, it's, it really is an enormous pleasure for me to be able to be hoar. of it's a product. and -- it's a privilege. and good to see so many friends, all 14,000 of you. a little frightening to see myself on about eight, nine, ten screens up here. [laughter] the last time i spoke to aipac, i joined your national summit in napa valley. i did it via satellite. and you were in the vineyards, i was overseas. different kind of vineyard. so today i think i'm getting the better with end of the teal, because i'm here with you in pe
to british media break now ukraine urgently needs five billion years to prevent the fall. is this summer's received one point three billion years will be nice to be the best for russian gas to come and seventy million years would be stupid that the midst of the imf and the remaining funds will be useful to seek employment obligations. acting finance minister due to global produced the report says that in the next two years evil and thirty five billion years my branch of the people's bank of china made a statement wednesday that for the first of march this year the upper limit of interest rates on small foreign currency deposits will be removed in the shop has free trade zones think when you see this report. thus china's central bank has taken another step towards liberalizing interest rates it shows foreign currency deposits in the shanghai free trade zone currently amounts to four point eight billion us dollars to clear the august one point two billion dollars for installing deposit category the company has denied the intention to buy mobile man stuart scott the telegraph reports inform
that the ukrainians give up control of the facility pressures interfax news agency quoted a source at ukraine's defence ministry said the commander of russia's black sea fleet has issued an ultimatum cemented what face a military assault but in a bag says the russian navy official has denied the report the russians intervened after protesters and forced a former ukrainian president or yanukovich for mom says. but again lots of support from people in a tiny at hq and use the camera out reports from it since the wrongful the simplest is how to ride the boat and sent a thank you view these echoes the region sees friday. they are somehow surrounded ukraine and the thirty bases. but the atmosphere is intended to be cotton content is a tax penalty is that i was just a few days ago. many people share of weapons the presence of ross and troops. and i see many know sometimes i do that in time. ranieri is on policy covering me the ring about sixty per cent of its premium rate stands out at the very awesome. many tell me that he and his head low of nine years integration into the awesome privilege they
to send it to ukraine, and basically is able to fight a war without ever having to fire a shot. >> that's a good point, kimberly, russian army conscripted. they scrambled jets. they sent troops to western russia. you can do that when you have a strong military. aren't we sending the message that we're not even going to rattle our sabres. >> loud and clear like we might as well post it in times square. there's no fear of repercussion. they're not worried about american military strength. i believe, at least not under this administration. they might be worried a few select individuals, high value targets, about a predator drone strike coming their way, but other than that, when they hear about these cuts and pulling out of places, that does not sebd the right message. >> we have been in three wars for over a decade. i mean, how much more are we going to do? >> i'm not suggesting or wanting war. i think you can prevent wars by having the force and threat of a military presence that is world class. >> walk soft and carry a big stick. >> i disagree. i think iran is our number one biggest thr
including those in ukraine. this is very important for ukrainians to pay phones from extremists and need to find a compromise and are still peaceful. it is now at balgowlah school russian foreign ministry at this whole weekend instead it refers to as nazis out of the look of some of the leaders of the ukrainian so called revolution for example i was on them was expelled thes f m and other radical views that he's actually participated in the test in what way into the caucasus one of father on the side of the terrorists and fiat prided himself on the fact that he personally get several tanks and armored vehicles and despite that he still managed to run for the ukrainian parliament a couple of years ago again he's one of the leaders of ultra nationalist movements and then there's also a little loco is essentially one of the three liters of iv out of them might die at the independence square movement since he is obama not sophisticated but also anti semitic making numerous statements to hide in that regard that actually gotten into quite a lot of hot water with the jewish population of ukrai
rattling by its neighbors to the east, russian president vladimir putin ordering a surprise military exercise in western russia right on ukraine's bourse that. john kerry weighing in today saying russia should be very careful in its judgments. and must respect the fragile nation's territorial integrity. adam: a scene set for of spy movie, senate investigators into the picture of hidden bank statements, remote-controlled elevators and alleging credit suisse bankers worked with wealthy americans to help them even a u.s. taxes. peter barnes is live from capitol hill. i feel like i should be calling you 007. what is going on? >> top executive at credit suisse admitted a small group of rogan bankers that its firms appear to have violated u.s. law by helping some americans hide their money in secret accounts to dodge billions in u.s. taxes. 7 bankers have been indicted by a justice department. others are gone as the bank insists it has been cleaning house and trying to clean up its practices particularly concerning 22,000 accounts for u.s. customers most of which are not documented to the
is flying over a key government building in eastern ukraine. it had been occupied by pro-russian demonstrators since the weekend. >> agreed to a nato request to hold a special meeting today to discuss this crisis. also on the diplomatic front, john kerry is expected to meet with russian foreign minister in paris. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. this is going to be john kerry's first face-to-face meeting with his russian counterpart since this crisis began. the russian foreign minister has said the threat of sanctions will not change his government's position. obviously, the situation remains tense. overnight, white house officials here explain they're still pushing what they call this diplomatic off ramp for russia if russian troops return to their bases. the escalating crisis in ukraine put a microscope on the rocky relationship between barack obama and vladimir putin. the two presidents delivering competing televised messages. mr. obama ridiculing the justification for sending troops into crimea. >> president putin seems to have a different set of lawyers
alert. lots of breaking news on the crisis in ukraine. shep smith standing by in kiev. earlier, he was in the crimean region which is currently under russian control. he'll join us to tell us what he saw. first, the latest. earlier today, the eu and united states suggested we may slap economic sanctions on russia if putin doesn't back off. russia immediately retalyatded with a threat to take u.s. and eu assets currently held in russia. that prompted a meeting between secretary kerry and sergey lavrov in paris. that meeting appears to have accomplished exactly zero. angela merkel called putin's
obama to intervene in the situation in the ukraine. this weekend, russia's parliament approved a request from vladimir putin to allow military forces to enter ukraine and the crimean peninsula. president putin says russia wants to protect ethnic russians and its military bases there. president obama spoke with president putin tomorrow -- yesterday morning for about an hour and a half to asking president clinton to engage directly with the ukrainian government. he also says the u.s. is suspending its preparations for the g-8 summit in june to take place in sochi, russia. the united kingdom is also suspending its involvement. senators --r u.s. some tweets from u.s. senators on the ukraine. feed policy and's twitter -- you can follow c-span's , and here is secretary of state john kerry on meet the press. >> let me make it clear. president putin is not operating from a place of strength here. ? was his supporting president. he was thrown out despite support. and in ausing force completely inappropriate manner that will invite banker the world, and it already is. he is not going to gain by th
instruction on the discuss issues through to score. we discuss situation which takes place in ukraine. it touches all the decisions that were taken in cis. this is to some extent in directly effects the customs union. therefore to clarify the situation and it's all i talk with a russian president vladimir putin yesterday. i immediately made a proposal to meet and discuss all these issues. we'll discuss a concerted actions which need to be taken and for the development of the very dangerous situation takes place presently ministers since. the eurasian economic commission council discussed a draft agreement on the eurasian economic union on tuesday in austin on the meeting was attended by the members of the council in the representatives of the governments of belle rose kazakhstan and russia questions about the progress of the doctor and the implementation of the matches for armenian joining the customs union and the common economic space the agreement on the exchange of information including five new ones behind the agenda of the meeting. those who announced as the money as armenian si
in the crisis in the ukraine. several important meetings planned today. russia has agreed to a nato request to have a meeting in brussels to discuss the future of the situation. secretary of state kerry will meet with his russian counterpart. kerry will try to convince russian president putin as well russian soldiers walking the streets of the crimean peninsula with guns at ready, that's way too far. >> he has a strategic interest in the crimea, and he's take than calculation, realized that he can get away with this. >> top officials say, european union has agreed to give ukraine a staggering $15 billion in loans and grants to help. that's in addition to $1 billion the united states promised. the obama administration considering slapping russia with economic sanctions as soon as this week. >>> happening today, prime minister netanyahu will be in sill lon value to meet with high-tech leaders and governor brown. today is the first visit since netanyahu was in california in 2006. he has meetings scheduled with leader at linked did in, apple, and whatapp, a ukrainian immigrant who sold his app
just know they raised the flag. there is no evidence they are in any way connected to the russian state. week spoke about their concerns about ethnic russians. onsideey have militaries -- their side of the border. saying, we do not see them moving into the ukraine, but we are asked to avoid any kind of intervention or confusing -- confusion. >> no word about what putin might think about these moves. up here is what might speed from the west. anywhere from brussels? collected as all in the works. the connection is the prime minister i spoke with about to be voted in, really has a full plate and the issue of territorial integrity is not one he needs to deal with right now. ukraine needs 35 billion over the years. a deal oneeds to cut to avoid default but he did not leave the door open for a haircut for bonds holders. one thing he understands, as he told me, he is the most unpopular prime minister in history because anything they get will come of those conditions like in greece. >> i'm interested in what you're hearing as to how putin might respond. here, hek the feeling would kind of welc
. >> secretary kerry also spoke very frankly about the situation in ukraine. he declined to speculate on the whereabouts of the country's missing ousted leader. kerry also had some advice for russian president vladimir putin whose recent testing of his air and combat readiness has been a concern. >> mr. putin should listen carefully to ukrainians who have voiced their desire for change. we do not believe this should be an east/west, russia/united states. this is not rocky iv. believe me, we don't see it that way. >>> still ahead on "the reid report" they're making sure his legacy is not forgotten. we'll look at how the community is struggling to heal and the nation is struggling on issues of gun control and race. >>> next, house democrats try to force a vote on minimum wage after it stalls in the senate. is this a winning strategy for 2014? ...and a choice take 6 tylenol in a day which is 2 aleve for... ...all day relief. hmm. [bell ring] "roll sound!" "action!" before chantix, i tried to quit probably about five times. it was different than the other times i tried to quit. [ male ann
work for the whereabouts of a russian journalist from the rt our channel for the cold providing false information so you can see where we are having now is that the jewish community in the far north and south eastern ukraine thought calm had returned but on tuesday unidentified man tried to set the tone suitable to blake's with multiple channels. each four masked men started throwing explosives at our synagogue at around eleven pm. oh security try to catch the perpetrators of that failed. the reit sector is the quarry and the voice of the uprising but the extent of its involvement in the acts of vandalism and violence walking ukraine now it's hard to better define the attacks are often perpetrated by unidentified not a man fighting for exactly they represent is difficult to work in the street is that there are several armed factions operating under the mighty gotten better now. raising serious concerns about the rise of extremism. just as the symbols of the tragic past resurfaced on the clean streets. we witnessed right now. and very hypocritical approach to politics especially by the
a tense international situation in ukraine, where masked gunmen thought to be militant ethnic russians seized government buildings overnight. both secretary of defense and secretary of state with words of warning to russia today. front-page editor of "business insider" here with us. michael, how should investors be thinking about this? >> they should be watching it very closely. ukraine is hemorrhaging money. the prime minister today said they only have $400,000 in their treasury. they have $15 billion left in foreign reserves. so they need some help. >> what's the next flash point? >> well, you definitely have to watch what's going on in crimea. the russian war games will be going on from friday to monday. the fact that there are russian flags over the regional capital and the parliament building in crimea is troublesome. then this government that was approved today, what they're going to do moving forward to get the balance sheet of the country settled. >> finally, michael, can you get a sense of a correlation between the events in ukraine as they played out today and what was happen
. meanwhile, russian military are operating the rails in the west part of the country. how is that viewed in the ukraine? it is being viewed with increasing concern, because as you know, for months we were talking about the possible secession of regions in the west of the country when president yanukovych was still in power, and now we are looking at the south of the country and east of the country talking about seceding. and we have this warning, quite a development, a group of about 60 unarmed gunmen have in the last couple hours seized the parliament building. no parliamentarians inside, but seized the parliament building in the capital of prime yeah and raise the russian flag on top of it. n is thatans' concer this new ukrainian government is not as concerned about their interest, their national link which, their culture as ethnic ukrainians. i don't want to use the word balkanization, but there is a concern that could happen. we are talking about the path of aid, preparing the country for presidential elections, but almost daily now there are challenges even to the very territorial i
will be trying to learn from the russians, if they have no intention of escalating things, by say, for example, sending forces into the east of ukraine, is there anything -- anyway -- and this is something vladimir putin did not indicate, that they would back down from their position in crimea where they are effectively in control. is not just fending off this armed conflict. they are also seeking financial assistance. how is that affecting discussions, ryan? >> that is an interesting one. the prime minister told me "what do you think" when you have armed forces in your country while you are trying to negotiate with the imf. it is not helpful. i sat down with the economy minister. he said if any of the western countries where thinking about not ponying up the cash they were thinking about pledging, this would focus their mind. we expect the ukraine to be offered a $3 billion loan. billion offer2 from the european union. -- the imfdollars says maybe they will not get all of that, but there should be enough money for the country to get through elections. betty. you, ryan chilcote. i want to talk
on efforts to bring a peaceful solution to the crisis in ukraine. we're expecting a news conference shortly with secretary of state john kerry who's continued his efforts to bring the russians on board. meeting today with their foreign minister and earlier in the day, secretary kerry met with representatives of the u.n. security council where he read a 1994 agreement he says was violated by russia's invasion. >> the united states of america and federation and united kingdom of great britain reaffirm the position to refrain or threat of use of force against political independence of ukraine. so there are very clear legal obligations that are at risk in this. and we're going to talk about those here this morning. >> and while the e.u. today offered ukraine a $15 billion aid package, reports are that house members in d.c. are working on sanctions against russia over the invasion. congress and the white house also are working on a billion-dollar aid deal for ukraine. loan guarantees and election help are reportedly part of the package. and both could come as early as tomorrow. >>> meanwhile, yo
.m. russian stocks are falling. thanks in particular are down on concern that the ukraine may default on debt payments. we are seeing the british pound a little bit weaker this morning . the bank of england says it is in no hurry to raise interest rates anytime soon. natural gas prices are down 5.2% , rounding off the biggest three-day loss since 2005 at the biggest loss in eight years on a three-day basis because of anticipation of warmer weather that would reduce demand. "on the markets" once again in 30 minutes. >> let's count down to the open with the top 10. alix steel joins in as well. let's start with number 10, credit suisse. u.s. regular dishonesty getting whether the bank improperly shifted money to its private banking unit. curtis reese is conducting an internal probe to determine whether it violated accounting rules in the u.s. or switzerland, according to -- a hearing under way in a few moments. >> chesapeake oil and energy fell to a fourth-quarter loss, falling short of estimates this week could they revive plans to spin off its oil field services company. >> number eight is abe
is in custody now. >>> in developments in the crisis in ukraine. a short time ago, troops put a military tank at the gate of the same base where hundreds of gunmen had assembled. gunmen are believed to be from the russian military. this comes a day after president barack obama spent 30 minutes on the phone talking to russian president vladimir putin. president obama want as them to retreat from the peninsula. russia says it's there to protect interests a mid the growing unrest. earlier "meet the press" moderator david gregory talked about what president obama's warning to russia could mean. >> he's talked about consequence, a talk of intervention. his security advisor said it would be a grave mistake if russia was to invade. >> later this morning you'll hear about the steps u.s. might take in the coming days. secretary of state john kerry and senator marco rubio will sit down with david coming up on "meet the press" at 10:30 after news 4 today. >>> today here in washington, protests are planned against russia's president in ukraine. a group you will gather in northwest washington. similar pr
is looking into his legal options. live in santa rosa, channel "2 news." >>> russian forces surrounding military bases demanding ukrainian troops surrender and hand over their weapons. so far, no shots have been fired and violence has not broken out. but ukraine's new leader called russia's move an act of war. >> this -- the declaration of war to my country. and we urge presidentputen to pull back his military. >> meanwhile, ukraine's navy commander swore allegiance to russia and ukraine's defense minister said his country lacks the military power to resist russia. in the capital of kiev, the government mobilized troops. tonight, and international outcry, including nato, united nations and the united states is demanding that russia back down. that unrest is being felt here in the bay area inside of church services and outside on the streets of san francisco as ukrainian americans speak out about the trouble taking place in their homeland. >> >> no noel has more. >> >> stakes are very high. some say they believe that russia's latest military move is bringing the two countries closer to w
in ukraine brings back the memories. there have been reports that russia is actually printing up passports. that is exactly what they did in georgia. they sent passports into many of the russian oriented people there and over time claimed that techdid not come into the people with an affiliation to russia. -- protect people with an affiliation to russia. they have a very important naval base. it is located there. i continue to be concerned that we're going to see a replay of what we saw in georgia. doing annexed on doing -- doing an outstanding job with what she has to work with. can the west, can the united kingdom and the united states act quickly enough but also responsibly to deal with being the financial issues that exist there? russia can move much more quickly for lots of reasons. will we act quickly enough? can we get the imf reform process moving along quickly enough that we feel comfortable with loan guarantees and the other kinds of things that the economy needs? in the interim, can we make the proclamations, statements? can we show strength to try to deter russia from doing oth
what's happening. >> russia insist there are no plans to intervene in ukraine where the opposition just named a new leader to head up a new pro-western government. ousted pro-russian president remains on the run. >>> a single photograph from syria showing the extent of the refugee crisis there. it is from a rebel controlled refugee camp that had been under siege for eight months. hundreds of people wait for what little food the relief agency manages to bring in each day. some 20,000 refugees, mostly palestinians, have been trapped there since last summer. >>> nasa investigators now know why an italian astronaut nearly drown last summer. a plumbing problem forced liquid into the spacesuits system, thus flooding the helmet with water. houston cleared that space walk despite a reported malfunction with the suit days earlier. >>> nasa announced the discovery of 715 new planets orbiting distant stars, almost double the number of known planets. analyzing data from the kepler 24 space telescope, scientists found all the new planets are in multiplanet star systems like ours and most are closer
as that struggle amongst the old satellites being pulled back into the russian sphere without us getting back into a checkpoint charlie confrontation? >> you mean lithuania, not the ukraine? >> i meant ukraine. sorry. >> there is obviously. the president of ukraine vetoed the agreement with western europe, and ukraine is very divided between those who would rather have their economic and integration, their political affiliation, or cultural ties to russia and those who would like to turn to the west. it is playing out right now, 25 killed this morning, an obvious hot spot. this is one of those -- we need two things. this is where you need the national intelligence council, what is at play, what we think is going to affect the outcome, what are the range of policy decisions that are open to us, and then you need a wise decision. we cannot intervene in all these crises of the world. it could be very bloody, and to go in there into direct confrontation with russia at this point, obvious reasons not to do this. our hearts obviously are with the western-leaning ukrainians. they would like to retur
in the region of crimea and raised the russian flag and also increased tensions between the u.s. and russia after president vladimir putin announced he was sending more than 150,000 troops near ukraine's border for military exercises. russia denied the war games are related to the crisis in ukraine, but secretary of state john kerry issued a stern warning that any involvement would be a grave mistake. >> it would be very difficult for me to understand how russia would reconcile its position on libya, its position on syria, it's warnings against intervention in another country and not respect the sovereignty of ukraine and the people there. we are hoping that russia will not see this as sort of a continuation of the cold war. we don't see it that way. we do not believe this should be an east/west, russia/united states. this is not "rocky 4" believe me. >> andrea, more about your interview and also a broad look at the situation overall because the troop movements, i don't know how they can't be connected. are we supposed to act like we don't see what is happening? >> that's why kerry was so s
. >> if the u.s. doesn't produce it, they will. >> the keystone pipeline must be approved. russian is blackmailing europe over energy. >> customers continue to say they need the pipeline. >> fossil fuel industry will always outspend everybody else. >> look at what is happening in ukraine. >> it's mainly about energy. >> great suggestions, one the keystone pipeline. >> marketplace continues to push to build the pipeline. >> i'm right when i talk about that inherent link between energy and security. >> i know that pipeline is necessary. >> america needs pipelines. >> good to have you with us. thanks for watching. we're getting into the say anything, do anything phase of the keystone xl pipeline. all the smart people saying we got to have it. we must not be very secure right now. if we don't build this pipeline, we're not going to be very secure. you see, conservatives what they're doing right now is that they are exploiting a foreign policy situation overseas to get something that they really want and they really don't know a whole hell of a lot about. they are shamelessly using the
>> the russians, they are concerned over this. what kind of role can russia play in this conflict? how do you see this? >> ukraine has always been a strategic partner. agreements that we have with -- within the framework of these agreements, russia has the authority to act. . believe that russia shall act since i know the character of mr. putin, i am surprised why he has been so restrained. .hy he has kept silent >> i am talking about you. introduce yourself please. first, mass media have been reporting that you met with the sector. set -- thisrm the fact? regret conducting these talks? representatives -- talks with the representatives of the opposition for negotiations. -- theresentatives were a lot of them. the goal of all of them is to to find aoodshed peaceful solution. there was nothing wrong about that. fortunately, we were not able to find a peaceful solution. i would like to reaffirm that it is not acceptable for me to see any other alternative to a peaceful solution. this has been due to the actions of these people. i never gave any orders to the police to open fire. the
kerry from ukraine. he said he hopped to have a -- hoped to have a chance to speak directly with russian's foreign minister. >>> a caregiver for a mill valley woman is accused of bilking her estate by forging documents after that woman died. gardner is due in court to face several felony charges including elder theft. the marin county district attorney says it has evidence proving she embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars. prosecutors say the money came from the estate of a woman she had cared for who recently died at the age of 93. >>> 7:53. a transgender teenager recants a story about a bathroom attack at hercules high school. the charges the teen could now face. >>> a huge fire stalled traffic on a southern california freeway. how it could affect whether or not you would get -- you get some of your mail. improving your health isn't always easy, but you can do it. stay active... get outdoors... eat healthy... and choose colgate total®. it does more than protect, it actually helps improve mouth health. [ male announcer ] it fights germs for 12 hours, in 24 hours starts to fortify
makes clear president putin inspends to maintain the russian's sphere of influence there and at a cost to his country. that is why leadership in washington and its allies will be of such critical importance in ukraine. according to the budapest agreement, russia has an obligation to respect the sovereignty of its neighbor and the west should stand united in holding president putin to that agreement. the united states, nato, and the e.u. should also work together to support the interim government in kiev by supporting free and fair elections, and members of congress are already discussing loan guarantees and additional sanctions against russia. but if there's one thing russia's military intervention into crimea also makes absolutely clear despite the the best hope of some, is this. the foundation of the international system is governed by force, capability and interest. let me say that again. the foundation of the international system is governed by force, capability, and interest. that's the reality we should be guided by in approaching this conflict, and it's a reality we should be g
's beliefs. >>> time is now 7:42. we're still following developments in ukraine. tensions are very high in the southern part of the country that has strong ties to russia. now, pro russian government seized local government buildings and raised the russian flag. tensions are high between the now government and pro russian activists. there are reports that the ukrainian president driven out of power is now in russia where he's asked for protection. there are also reported that north korea launched four short- range missiles. the launches come as the u.s. and south korea are carrying out joint military exercises. now, north korea called these exercises a rehearsal for invasion. presumably, the missile launchers are a reacaction to thes -- reaction to those military exercises. >>> allegations of a sexual assault on a cal campus are not being taken seriously. the action 30 women are taking themselves. >>> and a bizarre attempted murder case in the south bay. police say the weapon was a speeding car targeting total strangers. >>> good morning. right now we're looking at a commute that's stil
at the legislation that says that russian is the second national in which. -- second national language. and therefore, as the resolution states, this is a position to be reconciled with the position in the ukraine. we aspire to achieve a country the rulefree and under of law. we do not wish to get involved and other spurious arguments. thank you. >> the president of the foreign affairs committee, i would like to ask you. international committee inquired into the responsibilities that toled 80 ukrainians trying expect democracy. a change in power is not enough of a sanction. i would like to invite the european government to receive ukraine wantsthe the government has been appointed. it is in the interest of both sides -- what do you think? >> thank you very much. -- delegation [indiscernible] we were involved in meetings last week with representatives of the institutions and the president at the time. and we will continue to have these discussions and we will accept invitations to meet with these governments. we have always taken the view that we should be involved in discussions for both parties, thi
. he is in the ukraine, bill, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian, there is a russian war memorial behind me, russia's black sea fleet has been based here in the crimea for 250 years, but none of it explains what russia has been up to today. there is no question, the russian armor and men have been on the move today, and maybe on the move tonight. a form of intervention? well, russia is admitting as much. it began in the dead of night, unknown gunmen surrounding the main airport in crimea. by day it was clear they were pro-russian and against any repeat here of ukraine's revolution. after the surprise on land came the shock in the air. russian helicopters, some gun ships flying over crimeaand what ukraine said was a violation of its air space. next, at sea, a russian war ship blocking the ukraine coast guard vessels from leaving port. the russian troops are on the move, these men blocking the main military airport where tonight hundreds more russians flew in. ukraine says 2,000, russia says it is for security. but whose security and is that really all? along ukraine's bord
surrounded by russian troops. in addition, the situation in eastern ukraine remains fluid with reports of demonstrations in certain cities as well as attempts by local groups to seize control of some official buildings. on sunday, the parliament urged russia to fulfill immediately the agreement of the black sea fleet on ukraine territory and called for the fast withdrawal of russian troops to their bases. the russian position on event was articulated by the foreign minister in remarks made at today's human rights council. he stated that russia's actions were a question of defending our citizens and compatriots and assuring human rights. the secretary-general has remained closely engaged on the situation in ukraine. in the latest phone call conversation with president putin over the weekend, the secretary-general told him that he was closely following the serious and rapidly unfolding developments in ukraine. the secretary-general expressed concern about the situation that would compromise the unity, sovereignty, and territorial integrity of the country. he reiterated it was critical to
developments around the crisis in ukraine, russian president vladimir pew tin said his country has no in -- putin said his country has no intention of fighting the ukrainian people and agreed to hold talks tomorrow in brussels. putin said he reserves the right to use force to protect the rights of russians living in ukraine. he has thousands of troops in the crimea region. >>> whistleblower edward snowden will speak at the south by southwest festival next week in austin, texas, appearing via teleconference to discth >>> now game on with kristen berset. >> the georgetown hoyas are on an unfamiliar spot on the bubble of the ncaa tournament, but heading to this final stretch john thompson, iii said win and we're in. we won't know the outcome for another week or, so but the hoyas are making sure the selection committee takes notice of this team. georgetown hosting 12th
the nation." the crisis in ukraine intensifies. >> with russian forces in crimea. call up their reserves and begs the international community for help. >> we are on the brink of disaster. >> we'll go to ukraine for the latest nice. we'll hear from secretary of state john kerry and secretary of defense chuck hagel. we'll have analysis on all of it from our panel of experts and with russia once more in the news we'll look back at a milestone "face the nation" interview. 60 years of news because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs >> schieffer: good morning again there are developments from overnight on the crisis in ukraine. russian president sad her putin has moved troops in to crimea that is region where mostly russian speaking population, a move that the ukrainian prime minister says is a declaration of war. vladimir putin and president obama spoke yesterday for 90 minutes a conversation the white house described as the toughest of the obama presidency. as for ukraine, a new government there is mobilizing its reserves and authorizing the call up of all men under the
on car insurance. o >>> the brink of disaster. russian troops invade ukraine's crimean peninsula as president vladimir putin defies calls to pull back his troops. >> there was not any reason for the russian federation to invade ukraine. hit the east coast with up to a foot of snow. >>> and in hollywood -- >> and the oscar goes to -- "12 years a slave." >> "12 years a slave" becomes the first film with black director to win the film industry's top honor. captioning funded by cbs ry's top honor.
will meet with his russian counterpart in paris today to discuss the ukraine. >> president obama talked about a possible solution or at least resolution with german chancellor murkle. international monitors would ensure ethnic russians in ukraine are protected. and russian president vladimir putin calls the invasion a humanitarian mission to protect those russians who are living in ukraine. putin also said he would use force if needed. >> once they are there, there's -- [ no audio ] >> the united states is considering economic sanctions against russia as well. president putin though says economic sanctions wouldn't deter him. russian firms have already lost nearly $60 billion on the stock market over in moscow over worries about the ukrainian invasion. the united states is also offered ukraine's new government a $1 billion loan guarantee and technical assistance. >>> you should expect to see an increased police presence at montgomery college campuses today. >> this is after a second message threatening a mass aschool shooting was -- massive school shooting was found in a stair well. >>
in ukraine deepens. pro-russian forces begin to lay claim to a critical border region, while the ousted ukraine president prepares for his first public appearance since anti-government protesters forced him to flee the country. >>> credit cards will be available, social security number, personal information. >> and hunting hackers. how u.s. autti
to russia and vladimir putin. tensions flare, is the russian military moving into ukraine? >>> monster storm. rising floods. residents pulled from trees and rivers of mud out west, as the rest of the nation braces for another major snowstorm. >>> and on the run. an abc news exclusive. we'll show you the video that broke open an international manhunt for a mother and her two missing children and our david muir tracks her down. >>> and a good evening to you on this friday night. the urgent six in ukraine, there are reports that russian president vladimir putin is moving his troops into that country, and putting the united states and the whole world on a kind of hair trigger. late today, president obama personally warned, if putin is, there will be costs. terry moran reports on the crisis in ukraine as tensions are rising at this hour. >> at dawn, bands of armed man appeared at the two main airports at crimea and seized control. they wore uniforms with no insignias or identification. their trucks had no license plates. and they spoke russian, not ukrainian. that was the start. convoys were seen
in control of the crimea region of ukraine this morning with troops pouring in and the pro-russian prime minister there claiming he's controlling them. this comes a day after president obama warned russia it should stay out. bill neely is right in the middle of it all. bill, good morning. >> reporter: yes, lester, crimea's crisis has deepened overnight. armed troops have taken up position behind me outside crimea's parliament. ukraine is alleging that more russian troops arrived here overnight and that those russian troops are trying now to seize control of a missile base. from russia's president putin, silence. from president obama, a warning. a military air base now in russian hands, troops manning the entrance, one of three airports now taken from ukrainian control. crimea's main airport is closed. armed, pro-russian forces protecting it, russian troops arriving by the planeload. ukraine says ten russian military transport planes arrived at this airport carrying men and ammution. in two 11 attack helicopters. ukraine's defense minister says 6,000 additional russian troops have arrived
affect russians are protected. the everraded barbs in evolving international crisis in the ukraine. troops have docked warships and surrendered military bases. vladimir putin now blames the west for creating the environment that led to the ouster of the ukrainian president he insists he said forces in recently to help protect affect russians to face persecution. >> they were self-defense teams. it will be completely legitimate. and correspond to international law. >> the obama administration says no threat exists. >> it is not appropriate to invade a country and at the end of a barrel of the gun dictate what you are trying to achieve. injohn kerry was in tf -- a package that will help the ukrainian economy. he said sanctions against russia will backfire and while he does not want to start a fight, moscow reserves the right to protect russians in that country. >> on the diplomatic front, secretary kerry is slated to meet with his russian counterpart wednesday. officials are scheduled to meet with nato officials in brussels. jay korff, abc 7 news. >> dramatic moments outside of the w
is a big problem. >> it is a violation of international law. >> plus new developments in ukraine as tensions escalate with thousands of russian troops reportedly moving in. >> i borrowed the hat and thought i'd pass it on and get some money for the pizza. >> and what a fast food chain paid for morrell's hat. >> good evening. i'm jan jeffcoat. >> i'm bruce johnson. >>> we're in for a frigid night and that's not good for our already slick roads. the federal government, the d.c. government both running on a two-hour delay tomorrow. metrobuses will resume operations, but only on certain busy routes. >> topper declared tomorrow a yellow alert, so let's find out how cold it's getting overnight. >> we did it for two reasons, one the frigid air and slick spots in the morning. it's 0 in manassas, 5 in leesburg, 3 in winchester, then cumberland and 2 below in culpeper. those are straight temperatures. so record lows, d.c. record low is 4. that's probably safe set back in 1873. the record low at dulles is 6. we'll break that because we're already 5 and we've broken the low this morning at 5
,z/ >>> secretary of state john kerry heads to ukraine as the u.s. considers sanctions against russia while president vladimir putin calls off russian military exercises. >>> snow, ice and single-digit temperatures make travel a hazard along the mid-atlantic region. >>> and lebron james is nearly unstoppable as he scores the >>> and lebron james is nearly unstoppable as he scores the most points of his nba career. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, march 4th, 2014. >>> good morning, good to be with you, i'm anne-marie green. well, as the ukrainian crisis deepens, a new chill has settled over u.s./russian relations. the president met with this national security council monday to consider u.s. responses short
ukraine back on its feet. it will also help with planning elections. meanwhile also this morning, russian president vladimir putin warned that sanctions against his country would backfire on the west. he warned that russia is not trying to take over the crimea region in the ukraine. he ordered troops recently place there had to pull back. critical of ukraine's new leaders, putin says that the fwost that ousted president viktor yanukovcyh is a coup. he says right now military force is not necessary. this is the first time we've heard from putin since russian troops took over the crimea region. back to you. >> thank you so much. >>> we are waiting now for president obama to speak at a northwest d.c. elementary school, visiting powell elementary school. he's there right now. he will tour a class and speak about his 2015 budget proposal. it calls for a greater investment in education and expands the child tax credit for some parents. >>> and we were there when president obama's budget arrived on capitol hill this morning. the white house says the proposal would adhere to the spending limits r
radical? the prime minister said it was super flexible. >> in the presence of russian troops in ukraine, what kind of strain does that put on [inaudible] the level of uncertainty is all around the country. the conditions are pretty nervous. -- nowsday of last week, with the presence of russian more money? >> i do not think we need more money. >> the prime minister said some money would be diverted to the military. underfinanced for a long time in the past. the basic expenses should be covered by the ukrainian state. and then there is the gap. if we repay all of the debt it is ad for this year, geo -- from what i hear from the --ld, from what i hear from >> people are talking about this increasing the impetus and the -- it strengthens your hand with the imf. we did not invite any type of troops to help us. s is thesense i international community is more prepared to help before they were for russian troops arrived. >> i did not see the delegation yet. it looks like we will see them tomorrow. let's cross over to ryan. we know the imf is in town. what else is on the agenda today ? >> as far
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